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烟台市2017中考任务型阅读In 1882 a baby girl caught such a

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In 1882, a baby girl caught such a serious fever that she nearly died. The fever cut her off from the outside world, depriving (剥夺) her of sight and sound. That poor girl was Helen Keller.
    Luckily Helen was not a girl who gave up easily. Soon she began to explore the world by using her other senses. She touched and smelled everything she came across. She also learnt to recognize people by feeling their faces or their clothes.
    Just before her seventh birthday, the family hired a private tutor-Anne Sullivan. With the help of Anne, Helen soon learnt to read and write in Braille (盲文). She also learnt to read people’s lips by pressing her finger-tips against them and feeling the movement and vibrations (振动). She also learnt to speak, a major achievement for people who could not hear at all.
    Helen proved to be a remarkable scholar, graduating with honors from Radcliff College  in 1904.  While she was still at college, she wrote The Story of My Life.
        She toured the country, giving lecture after lecture. Many books were written about her and several plays and films were made about her life. Finally she became so famous that she was invited abroad and received many honors from foreign universities. In 1932 she became a vice-president of the Royal National Institute for the Blind in the United Kingdom.

烟台市2017中考任务型阅读In 1882 a baby girl caught such a


答案 56. see or hear (or speak)
    57. feeling their faces or (their) clothes
    58. learnt to speak
    59. she was (still) at college
    60.  we should face all kinds of difficulties and never give up easily/ we shouldn’t give up easily. ….
    (此题为开放性试题.考生回答符合情理即可得分)

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